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Nov 25, 2010 19

Find out what life is like as the head writer of a late night comedy show from A.D. Miles, the guy in charge of the writers' room at Late Night with Jimmy Fallon. Marc also talks with A.D.'s old partner and current Jimmy Fallon writer Bobby Tisdale. Plus, a Thanksgiving blessing from the founder of this WTF feast.

19 Comments
  • three and a half years ago
    Joe
    I actually liked Miles, but the last little bit with Tinsdale really revealed his true personality. And can I just say how much I hate Charles Fleischer and vote for that as the worst WTF ever?
  • three and a half years ago
    GM
    I came away from this episode thinking AD Miles was quite funny, despite writing for the world's most unfunny human being. And, even more, I thought the episode was interesting. Man, goes to show what I know. Turns out neither is true, judging from the comments here. I should come here before listening so I know what to think.

    I found the last segment confusing, though, because I couldn't differentiate between the two voices. They sounded so similar.
  • three and a half years ago
    Steven
    LOVED the jazz/rant section. Laughed my ass off!

    "mom, don't throw that away - this isn't all about you - it's all about me!" riot!
  • three and a half years ago
    Drew
    A.D. Miles was great. Daniel-- The Miles/Tisdale segment was obviously a bit.
  • three and a half years ago
    sharon
    Oh god, that professor dream...I cringed knowingly. Like my college daydreams of becoming a radio DJ/record store owner/researcher for a famous author. I knew exactly what I would wear, what I would say. My qualifications for said jobs? Irrelevant to the daydream at hand.
  • three and a half years ago
    daniel
    Sharon... are you Ad Miles?

    The Learning comment sounds a bit condescending..

    The conversation level is always very interesting, but sorry...
    not with this Miles guy...
  • three and a half years ago
    Sharon
    I thought AD Miles was cool, and it was really interesting to learn a bit more about what goes into a show like Jimmy Fallon.

    Sometimes instead of waiting rabidly for the huge laughs it's nice to open your ears and let the words go to your brain. It's called learning. It's fun.
  • three and a half years ago
    rafboy
    Maybe Crate&Trauma should switch to a plastic bag and a twist tie.
  • three and a half years ago
    daniel
    Marc always awesome, your guest this time...boring..
    Kind of a douche actually, and the way he treats his friend?
    wow.BAD.

    Glad you included that bit..
    That is what it takes to "succeed " on TV...
    In the long run Marc you are already better off....

  • three and a half years ago
    Brad in Ohio
    I'm thankful for Marc Maron. "Don't worry, I'm not happy..."
  • three and a half years ago
    Arthur
    He was doing a bit, and It stunk.
  • three and a half years ago
    Crate&Trauma
    I love hearing your twits complaining about this guy not being funny. It's an interview for a guy who writes for a tv show. He wasn't doing some bit or an act.
  • three and a half years ago
    Travis
    Zach Galifianoodles.
  • three and a half years ago
    rafboy
    Wasn't sure about d/l'ing this one. How funny/interesting can a writer for the unfunniest man in America (Jimmy Fallon) be? Having read the above comments, I'll abridge the podcast to the last 10 minutes or so.
  • three and a half years ago
    andrew h
    i conquer, the guy was not funny, head writers are managers. the jazz thanksgiving was classic though.
  • three and a half years ago
    Todd
    Mike is right, AD Miles was not funny. Maybe one of the worst episodes ever. Still heart you, Marc.
  • three and a half years ago
    Joe Tily
    Loved the Jazz Thanksgiving audio experience Marc. Always cool to hear about your family - and those two guys riffing at the end of the episode were freaking hilarious! ps- bring on the next Premium Episode dude
  • three and a half years ago
    Hagen
    The Bebop-Thanksgiving-Thing is an instant classic!
  • three and a half years ago
    Matt
    thank you so much, you've made hours of menial labor both enlightening and entertaining. happy thanksgiving!